We hear a lot about the female condom in the media but I wasn’t sure if I could just walk into a pharmacy or supermarket and ask for one as you would for the male ones. (Some pharmacies probably carry them.) We sent FreshCampaign a tweet asking where we could get some and they responded.
We have not found that many. We are creating an archive and so far, we have: Maria Wamala, Rachel Mabala, Verone Akankunda, Tessa Lwanga, and our wonderful ally Jacqueline Auma.
It doesn’t have to be political and you don’t have to be teargassed (being a photojournalist includes a lot of physical threat). We want to hear from, and about, Ugandan women that are active photographers.
In response to Ronald Kibuule once again making harmful and hateful statements towards women and their personal freedoms, Uganda Women’s Network (UWONET) held a press conference today at their headquarters in Ntinda.
The Feminist Leadership, Movement Building and Rights Institute – East Africa 18 – 23 November 2013 Nairobi, Kenya The fifth Feminist Leadership, Movement Building and Rights Institute is a week-long course designed to strengthen feminist leadership, strategies and collective power for social transformation in Africa. The Institute will combine reflection on the current political landscape…